As majority of other sports, same thing with football, it is a team sport and the success of players and teams is often measured by the number of titles they have won.

And of course however, the title is not the most accurate measure of an individual's ability because there are also some players who are not so outstanding who can also get it. And below will be the Top 5 players who have won the most titles in their career so far (August 2022).

1. Dani Alves (43 titles)

The Brazilian right-back, Dani Alves is the most awarded player in the history of world football. The former Barcelona player is one of the best full-backs on the planet. His superb technical ability and decision-making ability have made him a standout player at both club and national team levels.

Yes Alves won 43 titles during his peak football career. He achieved success almost everywhere he went. Alves' major titles include 2 Copa America, 6 La Liga, 3 Champions League, 1 Serie A, and 2 Ligue 1.

2. Lionel Messi (41 titles)

PSG star, Lionel Messi is arguably the greatest soccer player of all time. He has won the Ballon d'Or - the most prestigious individual award in world football a record 7 times. Messi has outperformed the rest for almost his entire career and is still going strong at 35.

He opened the scoring for Paris Saint-Germain in their 4–0 win over Nantes in the French Super Cup. 

Messi passed the opponent's goalkeeper before successfully finishing to increase the score for his team. He ended that night with his 41st career trophy. This is a very good reflection of what an outstanding player the Argentinian has been.

3. Andres Iniesta (39 titles)

Player like Andres Iniesta is considered one of the greatest midfielders of all time. The Spaniard, who won the World Cup in 2010 was unstoppable in his prime and has coordinated play for Spain and Barcelona from midfield alongside Xavi. Hernandez.

He was the hero in the 2010 World Cup final, where the midfielder scored the winning goal in extra time. Iniesta did the same thing in the Euro 2012 final. He has had an illustrious career and is currently playing for the Japanese club Vissel Kobe. The Spanish midfielder has won 39 trophies and 31 of them belong to Barcelona.

4. Hossam Ashour (39 titles)

Talented Hossam Ashour might be the least recognized name on this list for most football fans. Ashour has never played in Europe and has only made 14 appearances for Egypt in his international career. He spent 17 years at the Egyptian club Al Ahly and currently plays for Al Ittihad.

The defensive midfielder has won 39 titles in domestic and continental competitions. All of the trophies Ashour has ever won have come while playing for Al Ahly, and he also holds the record for the most trophies won by a player for a single club.

5. Maxwell (37 titles)

Ex PSG and Barca left-back Maxwell enjoyed a brilliantly successful football career. It all started with his Copa do Brazil victory with Cruzeiro in 2000. The defensive player continued to add trophies to his collection after moving to Ajax. He won a championship double in his first season with the Dutch Giants.

Be aware that Maxwell then joined Inter Milan, he was at this club for three 3 and won 5 titles during that time. Maxwell's only Champions League title came during his time at Barcelona. The defender then joined Paris Saint-Germain and was part of the Ligue 1 Giants as they dominated the domestic leagues until his retirement in 2017. Maxwell won 15 titles which great.